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101-125 drugs

101 of 207 drugs

101 glynase glyburide a sulfonylurea antidiabetic for type 2 diabetes, taken orally, DiaBeta and Micronase
102 veetids penicillin vk a penicillin antibiotic for infection, taken orally, Pen vee
103 nifedical xl nifedipine (er) a calcium channel blocker for hypertension and angina taken orally, Adalat (CC), Procardia (XL)
104 strattera atomoxetine an antidepressant and ssri for adhd, taken orally
105 aldactone spironolactone a diuretic for hypertension and edema, taken orally
106 valtrex valacyclovir an anti-viral for genital/oral herpes and shingles, taken orally
107 lyrica pregabalin a neurologic anticonvulsant for neuropathic pain, fibromyalgia, and seizures, taken orally
108 vigamox moxifloxacin a quinolone antibiotic for infection, oral, iv, or opthalmic, Avelox
109 restoril [C4] temazepam a benzodiazepine for insomnia, 3 hydroxy hypnotic, anticonvulsant, taken orally, Normison
110 metadate [C2] methylphenidate a stimulant for adhd, taken orally, Concerta, Ritalin (SR), Methylin
111 amaryl glimepiride a sulfonylurea antidiabetic for type 2 diabetes, taken orally
112 risperdal risperidone an antipsychotic for schizophrenia, bipolar, and acute mania, taken orally
113 TROKENDI (XR) topiramate an anticonvusant for seizures and migraine prophylaxis, an antiepilepsy drug that may have mood stabilizing properties, taken orally [Topamax, Qudexy XR]
114 nasacort aq triamcinolone inhaler an inhaled corticosteroid for allergic rhinitis and asthma, inhaled, Azmacort
115 depakote (er) divalproex sodium an anticonvulsant for seizures and migraine prophylaxis, taken orally
116 cinalog triamcinolone (topical) a corticosteroid for dermatoses, topically applied, Kenalog, Aristocort, and Trider
117 chantix varenicline a nicotinic acetylcholine receptor partial agonist agent for smoking cessation, taken orally, Champix
118 avandia rosiglitazone a thiazolidinedione antidiabetic for type 2 diabetes, taken orally
119 dilantin phenytoin an anticonvulsant for seizures, oral or i v
120 lamictal lamotrigene an antimania and antibipolar anticonvulsant for seizures and bipolar disorder, taken orally
121 lotensin benazepril an ace blocker for hypertension, taken orally
122 namenda memantine antialzheimer agent for alzheimer's dementia,NMDA receptor blocker, taken orally, Axura, Ebixa, etc.
123 xalatan latanoprost a prostaglandin for glaucoma, ophthalmically applied
124 patanol olopatadine an antihistamine for allergic conjunctivitis, ophthalmically applied
125 aciphex rabeprazole a ppi for gerd, esophagitis, and h. pylori, taken orally, Aciphix



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